Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation announces 2022 Luminary Award recipients Archive | Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

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The Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation will host the 15th annual Raven’s Ball on April 19 and 20. For the safety our partners, the Foundation has transformed the event into the Raven’s Ball Online Auction and Virtual Celebration. The Raven’s Ball raises funds in support of Alaska Native people, Tribes and Tribal Health Organizations. An annual highlight of the event is the presentation of the Luminary Awards. Each year, individuals and groups are recognized for their dedication and outstanding contributions to ...

The Raven’s Ball is a signature fundraising event from the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation (HANF) in Anchorage, Alaska. The Raven’s Ball is a powerful and entertaining fundraising event that raises awareness and funding to further ANTHC’s vision: that Alaska Native people are the healthiest people in the world. Watch the celebration via Facebook Live or YouTube on April 20, 2022 beginning at noon (12 -1:00 p.m.) Event MCs  Alice Qannik Glenn is Iñupiaq born and raised in Utqiaġvik, Alaska. She hosts and ...

The Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation (HANF), the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium’s (ANTHC’s) charitable arm, is currently accepting nominations for the 2022 Luminary Awards. The Luminary Awards recognize individuals and organizations for their dedication and outstanding contribution to the Alaska Tribal Health System and community. This year’s categories are: President’s Legacy & Leadership Award: This award recognizes an outstanding tribal health leader and/or health care professional and expert in their field who has displayed a long-term commitment to helping improve ...

Recovery is for Everyone: Every Person, Every Family, Every Community. September is National Recovery Month. Observing Recovery Month helps to increase awareness and understanding of substance use disorders, increase knowledge of recovery resources and provide support by sharing personal stories of addiction and recovery. This year’s theme for National Recovery Month is Recovery is for Everyone: Every Person, Every Family, Every Community. Substance use treatment and mental health services can support those with a mental and/or substance use disorder to ...

Talking to teens about sensitive topics is never easy, but it’s important to talk openly and honestly. Text the word “EMPOWER” to 97779 and you’ll receive weekly tips via text message, covering sexual health, pregnancy, STDs and consent! Discussing relationships, consent, safe dating, pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and other topics related to sexual wellness helps to form the skills youth need to express boundaries. You’ll receive up to three text messages per week with conversation starters, tips, video demonstrations ...

The Spring 2021 Mukluk Telegraph newspaper is now online!Featuring these stories: ANMC staff celebrates our nurses!ANMC Surgical System technologyMental Health Awareness Month activities Also, check out these health tips: ATV SafetyBoating Safety Or this recipe for bok choy with moose stir-fry and a special recap of the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation’s Raven’s Resilience Celebration. The Mukluk Telegraph is the official newspaper of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium. We are continuously working to protect and care for our community throughout Alaska while we address the COVID-19 pandemic and ...